ISRA and SC launch joint publication on "Islamic Capital Markets: principles and practices"

The International Shari'ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA) and the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) have launched a joint publication on "Islamic Capital Markets: Principles and Practices." The textbook serves as a vital source of reference to academicians, students and practitioners on the key principles underlying the Islamic capital market operations and its practices. It covers a variety of topics related to Islamic capital markets, including Shari'ah, regulatory and corporate governance frameworks, risk management, accounting and taxation, sukuk, the equity market, unit trust funds, ETFs, REITs, private equity and venture capital, derivatives and structured products. As the co-publisher and co-sponsor of the textbook, the SC is confident that the textbook will enhance the skills of the Islamic capital market talent pool.